I found out (later) that the Kroma can take up to three days to crackle if left to itself. If you accelerate the process you get some mighty big cracks (ravines is probably a better word). And it continues to crackle, so that by the time it was finished, you could hardly see any pink bits at all. In fact, you'll probably need to click on the picture to get a larger view of it before you can spot it. Trust me, it is there!
In search of inspiration, I went rummaging through my leftover bits box (all right, it's not just one box. I'm not saying how many there are.) and found a piece of Tim Holtz Tissue wrap, some paper I'd coloured with mica sprays in shades of blue and lilac, and an Eiffel Tower that I'd cut out with my Cameo for another project and never used. I don't know why, but the ol' Tour d'Eiffel seemed to work well on the project. The blue paper reminded me of butterfly wings.
I'm entering it into the following challenges -
Country View Crafts - Butterflies
Sunday Stampers - Paint
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